Norwood Log Cabin

The Norwood Log Cabin

ideal for an outdoor office comes with free roof shingles. It features one set of double doors and two single windows (which are double glazed). This log cabin, made with 44mm thick log has an interlocking system. An internal threaded bar which ties the log cabin together for greater stability.
The Norwood log cabin designed for those who like to unwind after a hard day at work or a place for peace and quiet. This log cabin comes with two single windows to allow a lovely summer breeze come in. The Norwood log cabin would make a fabulous outdoor / living room. A great gym area, ideal outdoor office or family room. We build all our log cabins with security and safety in mind, as such it would make a great children’s play area too!
We manufacture all our log cabins in the UK. Produced by the most advanced manufacturing process available today.


This 4.2m Norwood Log Cabin consists of:

  • Hexagon roof shingles – free with all log cabins
  • Interlocking log system – with 44m log
  • Double glazed windows
  • Tanalised floor bearers
  • 19mm T&G boards (roof & floor)
  • Threaded metal rod which ties the log cabin securely (hidden)
  • External doors fitted with mortice locks as standard
  • All our windows come with window stays and spinner locks

We recommend you treat the buildings on the outside. Use a high quality spirit based preservative within 14 days of installation.

Norwood Prices

4.2m wide by:
2.4 meters £2,920
3.0 meters £3,250
3.6 meters £3,930
4.2 meters £4,620
4.8 meters £5,320
5.4 meters £6,020

Installation £550


Optional Extras

Single door: £275
Double door: £430
Single window: £200
Double window: £365
Floor insulation: £21 per sq. mtr
Roof insulation: £56 per sq. mtr

Before you start

Before you take delivery of your lovely new Crossley Log Cabin, it’s important to consider a few basic things. Preparing for a log cabin will ensure it has a longer life and an easier install. Click here to find out more.

Do I need planning permission for a garden workshop or outbuilding?
Outbuildings are considered to be permitted development, not needing planning permission, subject to some limits and conditions. Click here to find out more.